Gaelic: A Complete Course for Beginners

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McGraw-Hill Trade, 1993 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 324 pages
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Learning Gaelic as easy as 1-2-3 With this book, Gaelic is attainable for any beginning student. You can use Teach Yourself Gaelic Complete Course at your own pace or as a supplement to formal courses. This complete course is based on the very latest learning methods and designed to be enjoyable and user-friendly. Prepared by experts in the language, Teach Yourself Gaelic begins with the basics and gradually promotes you to a level of smooth and confident communication, including: Up-to-date, graded interactive dialogues Graded units of culture notes, grammar, and exercises Step-by-step guide to pronunciation Practical vocabulary Regular and irregular verb tables Plenty of practice exercises and answers Bilingual glossary

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Contents

Spelling and pronunciation
8
Ciamar a tha thu? How are you?
12
Caif a bheil sibh a dol? Where are you going?
22
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Boyd Robertson is Principal of Sabhal M?r Ostaig, Scotland's Gaelic College on the Isle of Skye.

Iain Taylor has worked with Scottish television and the Scottish Examinations Board.

Iain Taylor was part time lecturer at King's College, London, UK until 2005.

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